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The Hebrew Music Museum

  • 072-3281976
  • 12 Yoel Moshe Solomon Street, Jerusalem
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Hi-tech, low content
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed today

Lots of impressive technology, with iPad curation, virtual reality temple simulation and gimmicky games. However, it was difficult to navigate your way around and there was no explanation of the history or significance of Jewish music over time. It was also depressing that women had been written out of the history of Jewish music...

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Lots of impressive technology, with iPad curation, virtual reality temple simulation and gimmicky games. However, it was difficult to navigate your way around and there was no explanation of the history or significance of Jewish music over time. It was also depressing that women had been written out of the history of Jewish music and that there was no mention of the countless Jewish composers and instrumentalists over time. The museum is a good idea that was not thoughtfully executed.

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for anyone interested in old Middle Eastern musical instruments
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 5, 2018

This museum is relatively new. The exotic instruments and history are explained while using modern technology.

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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 2, 2018

Interesting and high tech, beautiful facility but the exhibits basically left me bored. It would have been much more successful had they incorporated actual videos and individuals or small groups playing the instruments. This was done for a limited number of the instruments. A highlight was a cheesy VR...

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Interesting and high tech, beautiful facility but the exhibits basically left me bored. It would have been much more successful had they incorporated actual videos and individuals or small groups playing the instruments. This was done for a limited number of the instruments. A highlight was a cheesy VR presentation of only medium quality of the conception of the Temple in Jerusalem incorporating the presumed music of the Levites.

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